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CSPAN
Nov 11, 2011 9:00pm EST
world. the philosophy of the stomach or the philosophy of the whole man. >> as he watched barry goldwater in 1960, how did that set the stage for his stake in 1964? >> it is the red meat of the conservative movement. he ended his speech by saying, grow up. let's get to work. i think that is the last line of his speech there. he was not, who was that republican guy here ran campaigns the last few years? >> karl rove? >> he was not karl rove and all that type of thing at all. tohad feelings of, let's get work. let's take this back. he had no keys for richard dixon, especially later. probably no use for rockefeller other than they were probably from the. he was saying, let's get to work. >> i wrote my senior thesis in 1971 on the treatment of the barry goldwater campaign. i had the good fortune to spend a full day interviewing the office of the door wide in his office of manhattan. he had vivid memories of the weeks he had spent on the campaign trail with barry goldwater in preparation for the 1964 installment of his famous series. he told me he came away with the tour with great a
CSPAN
Nov 11, 2011 8:00pm EST
at the amphitheater. now, from phoenix, arizona, the life of barry goldwater is profiled in "the contenders." >> wherever he goes, he speaks out on the issues. he answers exactly where he stands on domestic and foreign policy. everywhere he goes, people are responding with enthusiasm for this new and different kind of statement. barry goldwater has been constantly on the go. it is a grueling schedule. whenever he can, he catches a quick nap, here with his nap peggy. and with his wife peggy. he is calling for courage and integrity and meeting problems. he is calling for an end to do nothing policies. he is calling for a rebirth of individual freedom. >> we base our reliance on freedom. we reject, therefore, the ideas of the economic planners in washington. a group of people sitting in washington can plan when the country is going to make, where it is going to be made, the quality of the product, the price of the product, the wages to be made, the profits to be made, etc.. in simpler terms, this is called socialism. it has never worked in the history of the earth. it is not working today in c
CSPAN
Nov 13, 2011 10:30am EST
, searchable, cheryl. it is washington your way. then and now, from phoenix, arizona, the life of barry goldwater >> where ever he goes he speaks out, clearly and forcefully on the issues. explains exactly where he stands. everywhere he goes the people are responding with enthusiasm for this new and different kind of statesman. barry goldwater has been constantly on the go. it's a grueling schedule. and, when ever he can, he catches a quick nap here with his daughter peggy. and with his wife, peggy. soon it's back to the campaign where barry goldwater is calling for courage and integrity in meeting problems. he's calling for an end to do nothing policies, for progress based on the dynamic principles of the republic. he's calling for a rebirth of individual freedom! >> we put our rely yanses on freedom, on the free enterprises. we reject therefore the ideas that the economic planners in washington and a group of people sitting in washington can plan what the country's going to make, where it's to be made. the quality of the product, the price as a product, the wages to be paid, the profi
NBC
Nov 5, 2011 6:00pm PDT
. >> please pick up the phone -- >> reporter: barry delay's daughter eden was 4 when she was diagnosed with leukemia. barry and his wife katie took her to the local children's hospital. after 2 1/2 years of chemo, eden was cancer-free. >> they saved her life and we're forever grateful. >> we always love to give back to them so we've always supported them. >> reporter: for years barry worked on telethons for the hospital and bought one of the hospital's dream lottery tickets with a $2 million prize. before this week's drawing barry had a special feeling. >> i knew the draw was coming up today. i thought maybe i might get this call. >> reporter: the drawing was held on live tv. on barry's tv station. at first the drawing's announcers got the winning name half-wrong. >> that's barry delaney of port moody. >> reporter: thinking it might be their barry, his anchor colleagues asked for clarification. >> take a look. barry dely? >> dely? >> reporter: barry's co-workers figured it out, barry had won. they tracked hit down on the phone. >> i'm buying groceries. >> reporter: when told he won mil
FOX
Nov 8, 2011 6:00pm EST
barry plans for the future. he has an unconventional idea for the next, election, meaning he may not be the last marion barry d.c. office. plus. >>> hey, brian. we're on the red carpet at the museum and it's the premier for j. edgar hoover. we're standing by waiting for the start, clint eastwood himself is here in just a short time. we're going to see him with our fox 5 movie reviewer who spoke with leo last week. that is all coming up. >>> and an open mic embarrassment for president obama. the reporters say they overheard them talking bad about israel's prime minister during a convery session with the president of france. nicolas sarkozy said i can't stand him, he's a liar and the president replied you're sick of him but i have to work with him every day. now they're keeping quiet. they have no comment. border patrol border patrol ap r >> okays -- looks like marion barry is trying to find an heir to the throne. barry may not finish his third term if re-elected and would endorse his son christopher for the open seat. chris barry has had his own troubles with the law, he served a
FOX
Nov 27, 2011 5:30am PST
41% of the nation's prison population. joining me to discuss the incarceration crisis are barry schect, an attorney for the innocence project, monif monifa bondeli, from black civic participation and michael court, philadelphia criminal trial lawyer and activist. thank you all for joining us. i think the most stunning number that i've ever seen is the fact that in 1970 there were only somewhere between 250,000 and 300,000 people incarcerated in the whole country. 40 years later, 2.5 million people are incarcerated. how did we get from 250,000 in 1970 to 2.5 million in 2011? how does that happen? >> very simple. two things happened within our sentencing system. the first was mandatory minimum sentences in state and federal courts. just completely took discretion away from judges and if you committed certain kinds of crimes, you were going to go to prison for long periods, period. that's it. and those were most often associated with drug laws. and the drug laws alone during that period are what accounts for the huge increase in incarcerati incarceration. >> the war on drugs began
NBC
Nov 5, 2011 7:00am EDT
to help the children -- >> call it a father's mission. >> so, please, pick up the phone. >> barry delay's daughter, eden, was just 4 years old when she was diagnosed with lieu keep where a. barry and see wife took her to the local hospital and after 2 1/2 years of treatment, she was cancer free. >> we always love to give back to them. we've always supported them. >> for years, barry worked on telethons for the hospital and bought one of the dream lottery tickets with a $2 million price. before this week's drawing, barry had a special feeling. >> i knew the draw was coming up today and i kind of thought maybe i might get this call. >> the drawing was held on live tv on barry's tv stations. at first, the announcers got the winning name half wrong. >> that's barry delaney. >> but thinking it might be their barry, his anchor colleagues asked for a clarification. >> let's just take one more look. i think it's barry deley, i think. >> barry deley. >> yeah. >> barry's coworkers had figured it out. barry had won, and on live tv, they tracked him down on the phone. >> you know what? i'm buying g
FOX News
Nov 3, 2011 10:00pm PDT
. >> barry delaney i. congratulations. congratulations, barry. we are going to give you a call right now. back to you, guys. >> barry delaney. not barry delay. >> no, no. actually, let's take another look. i think it's barry deli, i think? deli? >> deli. >> yeah. >> that's even closer. how's it spelled? >> d.e.l.e.y. >> that's barry. >> no, it's not! >> barry, i'm on the air. they threw a name, barry dell deley, in port moody. >> you know people are going to think this is fishy, don't you? >> it's a barry deley in port moody. how many are there? port moody? >> i think just me. >> congratulations, you got -- what did he win? >> he is going to retire now. >> he won a $2 million house or something. >> are you serious? >> i'm telling you. >> i had a dream about this. >> hold up. >> it never comes true. >> lucky winner was their sportscaster and he was at the grocery store when he got that call. >> a father/daughter dance like none other. a texas wedding, treated to quite a show. the bride and her father danced to 10 motown and top 40 hits. it started out with a typical temptations classic, b
ABC
Nov 22, 2011 12:00pm EST
a free turkey which is all part of the marion barry give away. thousands are made available to residents. residents who registered and went to three pga meetings were able to get a turkey before others in mind. -- residents who registered and went to three pta meetings. >> thanks to marion barry and god bless him. >> this afternoon, marion barry will be joined by two boxing professionals. the giveaway will last until 5:00 this evening. >>> the latest on the growing pressure to jail jerry sandusky. the cheating scandal increases. more students are going to turn themselves in. we will be back with the messy forecast rolling our way just in time for the >> just when you think that things are really ugly on capitol hill, it could get worse. this was in south korea. one person through teargas into the eyes of another lawmaker. this was after they pushed through trade deals with the u.s. >>> jerry sandusky is two weeks away from his next court hearing but he could be behind bars by then. his defense attorney will not get the prosecutor charges that there are more allegations. >> what jerry tel
CBS
Nov 5, 2011 1:35am EDT
influence on your life? tonight the story of one such educator, barry bergman. now her students are returning to say thank you during her time of need. >> incredible. >> for 16 years, barry bergman taught english, speech, and drama in bethesda. she never taught to the book or the test. her lesson plans came from the times. >> it was an incredible time to be alive. >> engine stop. >> i remember watching the moon landing. the vietnam war was every day in your living room. the kids were affected by it. they would be the kids who were going to go to war. >> she gave students a voice. she let them know their opinions mattered. they could change a world. words she never heard in a classroom. >> i was so unhappy in high school and i needed somebody to take me by the hand. but nobody. if kids don't have a chance to say what they're feeling, we're in trouble. >> but now the teacher is in trouble. >> i remember going down the hall in heels and now i'm on a walker. >> the woman known for her brassiness. >> she was a terrible teacher. >> her hair. >> i wanted to be married. >>
CBS
Nov 8, 2011 12:00pm EST
.c. council member marion barry is hoping that politics can be a family business. "the washington post" reports that barry is grooming his son, christopher, to take his council seat. the post reports that barry will run for re-election for his ward eight council seat but he only wants to serve part of the term. he will try to get his son, christopher, to fill out the term. >>> 31-year-old christopher barry pleaded guilty to felony drug charges in july but he avoided prison time. >>> a prince george's county business owner is facing drug charges. according to police, they found 58 pounds of marijuana in a business in the 4800 block of rhode island avenue. they were first called to the scene after someone reported that dean roy thomas assaulted them and ran off. authorities say they tracked down the suspect at his business when a police dog smelled marijuana. the marijuana has a street value of more than a half million dollars. thomas is being held without bond. >>> we've just learned that one of the teenagers shot on halloween night has died. the unidentified 17-year-old died from his i
NBC
Nov 8, 2011 6:00pm EST
's telling her side of the story only on news 4. >>> after 40 years in public office, marion barry looking to the future. we tell you who would like to replace him on the city council. >>> movie night at the [ male announcer ] the chicken marinara melt is the featured $5 footlong of november. juicy chicken, marinara sauce, and melty cheese served toasted on freshly baked italian bread. get it pronto, cuz this november only, it joins our everyday $5 footlongs! subway. eat fresh. >>> a teenager from southeast d.c. has died from the injuries he suffered in a shooting on halloween night in georgetown. 17-year-old ty garner was found in the 2800 block of m street northwest. he was suffering from gunshot wounds. he died last night. no one has been charged in that shooting. >>> the son of legendary penn state university coach says his father has not been asked to resign because of the sex abuse scandal, involving a former assistant coach. the assistant was arrested over the weekend. police say jerry sandusky sexually abused at least eight boys over a 15-year period. sandusky says he's innocent. >
FOX
Nov 3, 2011 9:00am PDT
. >> and the winner is. >> the winning ticket number is 4263642. and that's barry delaney of port moody, bc. >> not barry delaney. read it, it's barry delay. the anchors look at each other and say, hold on. our barry delay? the sportscaster. >> hold it a second. what did he win? >> give me the phone. >> barry was out grocery shopping, when he got the call from the anchor man. and was stunned. >> should i start looking for a new sportscaster? what's going on here? >> well perhaps maybe i'll see you after christmas. >> this is insane. >> some guy just passed me and said he had heard i won. >> the chances of winning this lottery? one in 288,000. >> this is my favorite story ever. >> you want it to get bet centre. >> yeah. >> barry delay has a wife and three kids. one of his daughters was treated for leukemia at the bc children's hospital which this lottery benefits. >> no way! >> you are kidding me. >> i know people are going to think this is kind of fishy, don't you? >> it's lee jegt. he can enter, he did win. he claimed a country estate worth over $2.5 million. >> that is so cool. >> and his
CBS
Nov 4, 2011 4:00am PDT
: global tv sportscaster barry delay has for many years now been a big supporter of bc children's hospital. >> children's hospital has been a huge part of our life because our daughter eden was diagnosed with leukemia back in 2004 and they saved her life and we are forever grateful. >> reporter: eden was just 4 years old when she was diagnosed. for two and a half grueling years, she endured chemotherapy but ever since, she has been cancer-free. >> we always love to give back to them, so we have always supported them with -- you know, i do a lot of charity work. >> reporter: another way the delays give back is by buying one of the hospital's dream lottery tickets every year. >> we do the lottery fantasy every year. i knew it was coming up today. i thought i might get this call but, of course, you dismiss it. >> reporter: so when the lucky ticket was drawn, barry was out grocery shopping. >> barry delanie of port moody, bc. >> how is it spelled? d-e-l-e-y. >> that is barry. give me the phone. they just drew a name, barry deley for that house lottery. in port moody. i'm not kidding. >> he is
MSNBC
Nov 6, 2011 4:30am PST
for free mail entrepreneurs and barry moltz is a small business consultant. you can't find them at barrymoltz.com. we took our own advice which is we didn't just sent people to our website, i think that's what you take away from this piece is if you're going to do it, don't be lazy about it. >> right. go all the way. my issue only, and it's so cool, and it's another layer of almost exclusivity that clients and customers like, but i'm all for streamlining. so, this only works on a smartphone, correct? so then you're kind of cutting off a certain segment who doesn't have a smartphone. >> you know what, that is true. because i did not have fun. i'm kind of old school. >> over 50% of people in the united states have smartphones and that's it. so if they don't have a smartphone, if they don't know how to download the qr reader and don't have internet access. >> i was stwr. can you put the url underneath for those who don't have smart phones. but for those people who do have smartphones who can use this, it is, it's a really cool thing to do. and relatively easy. >> yeah, i think that
CBS
Nov 30, 2011 12:00pm EST
to survive. >>> d.c. council member marion barry is making it official, he's running for a third term in ward eight. the former mayor says that his top priorities are job training, job placement and new development. barry is 75 years old. "the washington post" has reported that barry only wants to serve part of his term and then hand the seat over to his son, christopher. >>> two days after they were ordered to leave, police have moved in on the largest occupy wall street encampment in the country. nearly 200 people were arrested during an overnight raid in los angeles. bigad she ban has more. >> crews are putting concrete barriers and chain-link fences around city hall park in los angeles where antiwall street protestors camped for two months. police officers raided the camp overnight sweeping through the area and clearing out hundreds of demonstrators. there were a few isolated scuffles but city officials say the massive operation was mostly peaceful. police arrested about 200 people who refused to leave. some protestors linked their arms in defiance. police even used a cherry picker to get
CBS
Nov 11, 2011 7:00pm EST
? fictional lands, $200. who is barrie? james barrie is right. fictional, $400. who is orwell? george orwell, correct. fictional lands, $600. who is coleridge? no. roger. who is milton? no. you were thinking of james hilton... that's right. and you said milton instead. yeah. roger, pick again. fictional lands, $800. who is vonnegut? kurt vonnegut. fictional lands, $1,000. who is mccaffrey? anne mccaffrey. you're back on the plus side, tied with mark. churchill for $600. what is "finest"? churchill, $800. what is "business"? churchill, $1,000. "baffled by" the facts. all right, we've done with churchill, roger. where do we go now? uh, movie soundtrack, $600. what is... "tron"? more? (sighs) "2.0"? joon? what is "return to tron"? no. what is "tron: legacy"? back to you, roger. movie soundtrack, $800. so maybe it didn't cost you anything. we'll find out. you have $1,800. you can risk any or all of it. you know, i'd like to bet it all. i'm gonna do that. okay. here is the clue in on the movie soundtrack... what is "amadeus"? "amadeus," of course. you say, "salieri," you have to come up with "ama
MSNBC
Nov 12, 2011 2:30am PST
of directors, angela jia kim founder of saver the success.com and barry moltz is a small business consultant. barrymoltz.com. we took our own advice. we didn't just send them to our website, it's a special part of the website. that's what you take away from this piece. if you are going to do it, don't be lazy about it. >> it's so cool. it's another layer of exclusivi exclusivity. this only works on a smartphone, correct? you are cutting off a certain segment who doesn't have a smartphone. >> that is true. i do not have one. i'm old school. >> 50% of people in the united states have a smartphone. if they don't know how to down load the qr reader and don't have internet, it's not going to work. >> can you put the url under it. for those people who do have smartphones, it is. it's a cool thing to do and relatively easy. >> what's most important in marketing is you have to be shareable. you are allowed to be shareable. what they said is the important thing is not to just send them to your website. there's got to be a special offer. if you don't give them a special offer, you are missing an oppor
NBC
Nov 3, 2011 11:00pm EDT
in cash. and the name they drew happened to be the same as the station's sportscaster. >> it's barry deli, i think. >> barry deli. >> yeah. >> that's even closer. how is it spelled? >> deley. >> that's barry. >> no, it's not. >> okay, seriously, where does the person live? >> port moody. >> barry lives in port moody. >> we'll look into it. >> hold it a second. what did he win? >> he won a $2 million house. >> give me the phone. >> i know people are going to think this is kind of fishy, don't you? >> how many deleys are in port moody? >> i think just me. >> hello! two million? oh, me goodness. >> i want to know if he showed up the next day. >> i know. if that happened to you, you would certainly give it to charity, wouldn't you, doug? >> of course, doreen, of course. all $2 million would go right to clarity. if it was the weather guy, the money would go but dan would not be here tomorrow. for sure. is he here tonight? >> i hope so. >> we have a pretty big storm system that looks like it's heading our way but looks can be deceiving sometimes. let's look at show you what's happening out ther
NBC
Nov 28, 2011 6:00pm EST
between conaway and adam meister should be taken seriously. barry simms is live at the mitchell courthouse with the details. >> it is the verbal sparring and also confrontation that happened outside of frank conaway is home that is causing some community activists to call on the baltimore state's attorney and the maryland attorney general to take action. >> look into the threats posed by mr. meister to frank conaway as terroristic and -- in nature. >> supporters of frank conaway gave their opinion about a confrontation between conaway and logger b --logger adam meister. >> if you to file a man's throat -- home, if you threaten his family, if you invade his personal space, you put that man's back up against the wall. >> it was part of an escalating feud between meister and the conaway family. meister said he was running on liberty heights avenue when he went past the home of frank conaway. verbally about blogs meister has written, including his longstanding claim that conaway's daughter, linda conaway, did not live here. she sued meister for $21 million, and later dropped the lawsuit. it ma
ABC
Nov 2, 2011 5:00pm PDT
name. and posted on his web site. and the former giant slugger barry bonds is helping raise money for stow's children to go to college. >> having visited with brian and his family i'm inspired by their faith and determination to get through this tragedy, together. 50 that was barry bonds appearing in the video with family members to promote brian stow >>> at 6:00 thousands of occupy marchers head to the port of oakland this, is a live look from sky 7 now. our views are in the middle of it. also, our technology reporter checks out new services fromma hoochl the goal to change the way you use your tablet. then after 6:30 tearing down dams to restore the salmon population in a river is a controversial plan pitting neighbor against neighbor, coming up at 6:00. >> and thank you. and a bare' area food bank received a gift this morning. >> it will make thanksgiving joyful for thousand autos foster farms dropped off a truck load of frozen turkeys. >> the 300 birds used to create meals delivered to 5,000 homes on thanksgiving day. >> and the mission plow vidz food to homeless and seniors i
ABC
Nov 24, 2011 5:30am EST
is running a retrospective of barry levinson beloved baltimore based movies. the charles theater will show liberty heights and ten men. now the film series is all part of the big lead in for the 30th anniversary dinner on december 10th. barry levinson and members of the cast will be back for a special 30th anniversary screening of the classic charm city movie. >>> if you are traveling after thanks giving, something you may want to know. a new app travelers flying delta can now track where the baggage is at that moment and it's the flight delta app letting customers enter the nuke for the bag track -- enter the number for the bag track and it will tell you where the bag is so you can grab it and go. if you use a delta app you need a smart phone so if you are thinking about getting one, you will be shopping for one as a guilt they are expected to be wouldn't hottest items. ,000 do -- how do you know if you are are getting the right one -- you are getting the right one and what do you do before you start shopping. >> reporter: smart phones are able to do more and more, which means there's mor
NBC
Nov 8, 2011 5:00am EST
.c. councilman marion barry's son succeeding his father in district politics. according to "the washington post," marion barry told a number of people he only wants to serve two more years as the ward 8 representative. after that he would resign and promote his son christopher to fill his seat. barry denied conversations with the post. christopher barry pled guilty to drug possession earlier this year. >>> lawyers for the man accused of shooting congresswoman gabrielle giffords in the head asked that defense experts not be videotaped while trying to assess the competency of jared loughner. last week prosecutors asked for copies of all video recorded interviews the defense experts handed loughner. defense attorneys say that violates attorney-client privilege. loughner is accused of killing 6 people and wounding 13 others, including giffords n that january shooting spree. >>> this morning a soldier is in jail on espionage charges. specialist william mollet worked as a military police officer based in alaska. they say the 22-year-old tried to transmit national defense information to someone he tho
SFGTV
Nov 4, 2011 3:00pm PDT
the presentation over to barry frazier, who is our inner operability manager for communication. and we have many exciting things happening not just in san francisco but in the region now to really improve communications between our public safety agencies and so barry is going to give us a little -- a little update on that. >> thank you, anne. thank you mayor lee. i'm barry frazier with the department of emergency management. and just 15-second update on who i am, i came over to the department of emergency management in may. before that i was with the department of technology here with the city for about five years, where i worked on a variety of wireless and broadband and -- and fiber types of projects in addition to a lot of other projects for d.t. and before that, i was with county of san diego for about 12 years down there working in technology and cable television regulation and those types of issues. i'm very happy to be here today. i'm happy to be able to talk about the project that i have been working on the last several months. i'm really excited about it. it deals with the regional inne
NBC
Nov 8, 2011 6:00am EST
:26. 46 degrees. who marion barry is said to be grooming to at progressive, you can bundle your home and auto policies and save. don't worry, tiny people. flo is a gentle giant. bundle home and auto at progressive.com. >>> breaking news on the roads. two major problems on commuter areas. what you need to know before you head out on the road. good morning and welcome back to "news 4 today." i'm joe krebs. >> and i'm eun yang. let's take a live look outside. 6:29. 46 degrees. a cold start to your day. i think you're going to like the forecast. beautiful weather yesterday. we'd like more of the same, tom. >> dramatic warmup today, quickly warming up, but not yet. >>> it is a cold start. there's the view of our sky looking off to the east from our skywatcher camera. the sun will be up in about ten minutes. if you have a telescope with a solar filter, this is what it will look like. this was taken by one of our viewers in stafford, virginia, sunday morning, and that showing those dark spots there. those are sun spots. those are potential areas of solar flares that could come out in the ne
FOX
Nov 30, 2011 5:00pm EST
showed up at city hall as d.c. leaders talk ethics reform. >>> and marion barry is back on the ballots. he joins us live in the studio to talk about his re-election bid. gary. >>> not a lot of sunshine and that is about to change, though. the first look at the forecast is coming up in just a bit. stay with us, fox 5 news at 5 continues.  >> d.c. council members talking ethics, moving a step closer to a bill that would crack down on ethical violations among city leaders. the plan is to have a law to form an ethics board in place by the end of the year. matt ackland was at the meeting today when there was one surprise. matt? >> reporter: yeah, laura. the council member harry thomas walked into the ethics meeting today and is criticizeed for not showing up to the committee meetings, even though he's a member. you will remember that thomas is accused of using public money to pay for an expensive car and some fancy trips. >> reporter: council member harry thomas walked into the meeting surprising many. he stayed a short time after giving a brief statement. basically sup
CBS
Nov 22, 2011 5:00pm EST
to kristin fisher for that. marion barry added extra muscle to his annual turkey give away. barry was joined by two boxing pros. both from southeast d.c. barry says they came back home to show their support for his ward 8 turkey give away. 2,000 birds were distributed at union temple baptist church. >> and the woodbridge community. we are talking about holly acres and tonight, a new ruling that okayed plans to rebuild that mobile home park. many of the units were destroyed or demolished after the floods. initially, a zoning administrator ruled that the house would not be built. now, prince william has overturned that decision. the county could still appeal. >> we have new information on the so-called east coast rapist. we are learning that prosecutors have decided to extradite aaron thomas to connecticut. he pled guilty earlier back to a 2007 rape. authorities say dna shows he is responsible for rape and other attacks on 17 women from virginia to connecticut. we want to update you on the investigation into another flash robbery in montgomery county. police continue to search for suspects i
CSPAN
Nov 18, 2011 8:00pm EST
. they never really talked about the vietnam during the campaign. it was more about barry goldwater being trigger happy. vietnam was not talked about. they were talking more about nuclear annihilation. they won by a landslide. in the spring, in the early part of the year, there was another incident in vietnam. johnson called a cabinet and adviser meeting. he is already decided to bomb north vietnam in retaliation. he asked people around the table what they thought of this. everybody pretty much agreed and humphrey said it was not a good idea. he had written a memo earlier this and we should not get involved. this is not a good in -- a good idea. he spoke up again at this meeting. johnson got angry. hunter went back and wrote another memo, a lot of detailed. at that point, he was completely frozen out of any discussion about a vietnam. >> we have to videos to show you. the first one is 1964. lyndon johnson had been operating without a vice- president. there was a great deal of speculation coming into the convention about his choice would be. here is a film from the 1964 convention as lyndo
NBC
Nov 22, 2011 11:00am EST
.c. meals. marion barry is giving the turkey giveaway. >> reporter: they started to hand out turkeys at 9:00 this morning, and they have 2,000 turkeys to district today. some are on fixed incomes and others are struggling with the economy, and one thing they will not have to worry about this year is buying the turkey. some waited in the morning hours in the drizzle. >> i got up at 5:00 this morning. >> reporter: a small sacrifice, they say, for a holiday feast. >> you can't afford -- the economy right now, it's really wild because i can't hardly afford to feed the family and stuff. >> reporter: they are pulling together a thanksgiving dinner and it can be difficult if not impossible. but this morning thousands of ward 8 residents got a helping hand. free turkeys. >> i got grandkids and i am here for my grandkids. >> reporter: councilman marion barry started this a couple years ago, but this morning all went well. 2,000 turkeys are being given away and sharing a very happy thanksgiving for many in ward 8. >> it's an amazing deal to me. this is fantastic for the community. you know, just th
NBC
Nov 3, 2011 6:00pm EDT
barry. d.b. been there at -- rick perry's campaign pointed the finger at mitt romney. >> i did not know any of this. >> it is hard to leak something you did not know anything about. >> three women who worked for him at the national restaurant association in the 1990's claim he made unwanted advances. two filed complaints and received settlements and signed confidentiality forms. attorney allowed him to release a statement. political analysts say it is the destruction the gop front runner does not need. -- distraction the gop front runner does not need. >> it keeps perpetuating in the news cycle. >> a republican spokesperson says the republican party is not taking sides. herman cain has never sexually harassed anyone and says he is the victim of a smear campaign. >> the national restaurant association said it will decide tomorrow whether to grant the one accuser's request that her statement be made public. >> dozens of police officers and a firefighter were honored last night for their acts of heroism. the baltimore county police department handed out medals of honor, the silver star, th
SFGTV
Nov 1, 2011 3:00am PDT
? >> charles walker, followed by martin robinson, and then bury toronto -- barry toronto. state your name for the record, please. >> my name is charlie walker. i have to say, like i have said before -- when this agency said they were going to put the light rail on third street, they promised the community they were going to have off street parking. if you had done that in the sunset district, or where we are building the tunnel, they have off street parking. it has been years since you finished that. nobody has thought to put the off street parking they promised us they were going to do when they put that streetcar down third street. what i am saying is what is the problem that bayview/hunters point is the most neglected community in this city. nobody seems to want to understand it. it is very unfair to us. we ought to build something. you do not do it. i have complained week after week of the unnecessary no left turn signed you will not do anything about. it is just a way for the police to harass black children. a young child coming home at 1130 at night -- 11:30 at night, there is no tr
NBC
Nov 2, 2011 12:00pm EDT
on the sentencing of convicted murderer walter bishop. barry simms is life in harford county with the leaking details. >> this morning notes from jurors indicated they were leaning away from the death penalty. the jury sentenced walter bishop to life in prison without possibility of parole -- with the possibility of parole. he confessed to shooting william porter, claiming that the victim's wife, karla porter, pressured him, claiming that he was abusive, and promising to pay him $9,000. bishop told police that he walked into the gas station porter , and pulled the trigger four times. the jury considered several factors in reaching the decision, so-called mitigating factors, including bishop's is back up support, untreate personalityd disorder and depression -- untreated personality disorder and a depression. >> absolute relief. this case -- these cases are very stressful. there is some much on the line, and it is difficult to think that any jury should be in the position of deciding whether someone lives or dies. when we realize death is off the table, you get to the rest of it. >> it has bee
NBC
Nov 10, 2011 12:00pm EST
for the second time. here is barry simms with more. >> she made it very clear that she doesn't like those in her personal business. she turned to the i-team because she felt all the other options were gone. she is on disability, the result of the surgery. she went to a home counseling service, got a loan modification, and was making payments. one year later came devastating news. her home was in jeopardy again. >> it has turned into total chaos. >> bank hiked her payments by more than 100%, claiming she had not been paying an off. how could that happen? tonight at 11:00, the high financial stakes, the bank's response, and the risks homeowners still face even after they think they have saved their homes. >> something out of a fairy tale. still to come, i will talk to the stars of nbc's show "grimm." and dr. kim hammond is here to answer pet questions. >> it is a big jump in temperatures between the green and the blow. blue coming in, green going out. >> a world wildlife foundation gets help from the military with a giant operation. a team of rescuers airlifted black rhinos to protect them from ap
NBC
Nov 23, 2011 6:00pm EST
in their dundalk home last night. what caused their burns is still under investigation. barry simms is live at police headquarters in towson. >> the female victim was in critical condition, the mail but them in serious condition when they were transported to hospital. -- the male victim was in serious condition when they were transported to the hospital. neighbors say they came to her aid after she came running out of her apartment on fire. >> it was horrible. she just came running out screaming help me. >> before firefighters and police arrived, residence at the 2900 block of liberty parkway in done? brush out of their homes to help one of their neighbors. >> her head and everything was on fire. >> martin johnson called 911. >> i heard a scream and i looked up and through the blind eye could see an orange glow. >> tom miller ran to the woman and wrapped her in a blanket to put out the flames. >> it seemed like forever to get to her. it probably was only like 30 seconds. it felt like a lifetime. >> the victims suffered life- threatening injuries and were immediately rushed to the johns hopk
FOX
Nov 24, 2011 5:00am EST
rosenberg was presenting an attempted murder case beeore judge barry williams. williams wanted to move the case to another judge ... alfree nance. but rosennerg refused ... saying he and judge nancc had a bad history. he began arguing and saying things ... he says .. he shouldd't have. that's wwen judge williams found him in contempt and had him handcuffed in front of the entire courtroom. &p ossnnerg saysstte judge wwnt too far. "" still have marks onnmy wrist, ii doesn't feel good, it's embarssing and humiliting,it was not the righh remedy i think it was inappropriate in my opinion" opinion" no comment from judge but this isn't over yet. rosenberg is still scheduled to ppesent his case in judge nance'' courtroom on monday. occupy baltimore is re-applying for a permit to remain downtown until april. occupy submitted papers this peek to continue protesttng in mckeldin squure.baltimore did not approoe the grrup's october permit.this application seeks permission for up to ffrry ersonnl tents. it also seeks the se of eleccricity which the city cut off eerlier thi
ABC
Nov 10, 2011 12:00pm EST
're following new developments in a robot and the lawyers for barry giordanno are now off the case. he traveled to aruba with robyn gardner. she disappeared in august. giordano remains in an r rubin jail -- in an aruban jail. >>> the wind tore roofs from homes and knocked down power is in alaska. officials are warning of a possible surge of seawater. this is being called a storm of that the proportions. >> they get a lot of big ones up there. they are powerful. every time it happens, they move a little more inland. and they're stronger. >> incredible. >>> we have rarely changes right now. we have -- we have rarely changes right now. we have the cold front. watch here. you can see the lincoln memorial and the roosevelt bridge. this is 6:00 a.m. here comes that fog deck. then it clears back up. then we have the low clouds overhead with a few sprinkles here and there as well. we have seen a few little scribbles out there. in terms of our overall weather pattern, here's what is happening. culpeper is getting hit with a little bit of rain. there is that cold front that is moving directly eastward.
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